After the terrible injury suffered by the Cruz Azul player, Los Cementeros and El Tri mourn the cracked fibula of Charly Rodríguez. How long will it take him to recover?
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The doubt is something that tortures the fans of both teams considering the great level that Carlos Alberto Rodríguez Gómez had reached in recent times.
Cementeros and El Tri mourn Charly Rodriguez's fibula fracture
The crack in Charly Rodríguez's fibula left no one indifferent, least of all the Cementeros and El Tri, both squads in which the player has played brilliant games.
On the Cementeros' side, they are not only mourning the player's injury, but the Cruz Azul board of directors formally filed an appeal with the Disciplinary Commission to request the disqualification of Jefferson Intriago, a player who plays for Mazatlán FC.
And in the Mexican National Team, through their social networks, wished the player a speedy recovery, and in one of those tweets, more than 2,600 people also sent their best wishes to the Cruz Azul player.
The injury to the midfielder born in Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico, comes at a time when he was establishing himself as a reference in Aztec soccer.
He had also begun to uncover his goal scoring prowess with that club and with Cruz Azul and had even taken the place of Andrés Guardado in the National Team when the team's captain was injured.
And with this, he gained Gerardo Martino's full confidence to become an indispensable member of El Tri, with which he played in the CONCACAF World Cup Qualifiers to help his national team qualify for Qatar 2022.
However, all these achievements came to a screeching halt after the terrible injury he suffered last Friday, March 8, in the match against Mazatlán, in which he was fouled by Jefferson Intriago, causing a crack in his fibula.
How long will it take Charly Rodríguez to recover?
According to information provided by León Lecanda of ESPN México, sources close to Cruz Azul have informed him that Charly Rodríguez will be out for approximately six weeks.
And everything seems to indicate that in the first three weeks, the player will have to wear an orthopedic boot, so if the player is lucky, he could be ready to play the matches of the Grand Final of the Clausura 2022 Tournament.
Of course, this is if the Cementeros qualify for the final of Liga MX 2022, although what is certain is that Charly Rodríguez will not be able to play in the Mexican National Team's match against Guatemala on April 27.